Megalithic Culture

Strange stuff.

Anyone know what to make of this stuff? I think they are onto something, except for maybe the last paragraph.

I don’t know what to say about this other than compared to the usual whacked out theories like this, this one actually seems to have something to it. I don’t agree that these people were IE speakers. At least some of them probably spoke something similar to Basque or Etruscan.

People have been cruising around on boats for a long time. The first OOA folks, 75,000 YBP, left Ethiopia and sailed the 16 miles to Yemen. By 60,000 YBP, their boats had taken them to  Australia.

Humans settled the Philippines, apparently by boat, as early as 30,000 YBP.

The first modern Aborigines, the Murrayans, arrived in Australia, probably from Thailand around 16,000 YBP. They must have come by boat. These seem to have been a proto-Ainu type people related to the Jomon. These same Jomon left Thailand and sailed up to Japan around the same time, where they eventually became the Ainu. Along the way, it looks like they stopped off in the Philippines.

Later, around 12,000 YBP, a group called the Carpinterians left Southern India and also populated Australia. They could only have gone by boat. This was a Veddoid-type group.

6,000 years ago, Siberians left Asia and came to America, giving rise to the Na-Dene. The latest theory is that they came by boat down the Pacific Coast, settling first in the Pacific Coast finger of Alaska that extends southeastward.

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11 thoughts on “Megalithic Culture”

  1. They were all made by ancient Aryans/Europeans and/or the various groups who copied them, of course. Most of them were built to track astronomical and/or astrological cycles.

    Check out the ones in Malta: – “They are the oldest [known] free-standing structures on Earth.

    And Scotland:

    Also see:

    1. Those were not really “Aryans” though, unless you want to use that as code for Europeans. The best we know is that they may have looked quite swarthy, short, with dark hair and dark eyes, sort of like a Greek, Caucasus or Basque type. They weren’t blond and blue or any of that. At least the ones in the UK anyway. The blond, blue, redhead thing did not become widespread until quite recently, possibly with the entry of the IE peoples.

  2. And hey Mr Lindsay, you wouldn’t happen to be the commenter who goes by the handle ‘uh’ that has been commenting on various White nationalist websites lately, would ya?

    1. No way. I’m always myself. Why, what’s he doing, trolling? Link me to some of his stuff.

      I’m an adult. I don’t play games on the Internet to bother people.

      Anyway, I don’t really go to WN sites that much anymore. They kind of disturb me for some reason. That stuff kind of gets under my skin after a bit and I don’t like that feeling.

    2. RL:”That stuff kind of gets under my skin…”

      “Gets under [your] skin” as in starts to possibly reawaken the call of ancient White blood-ties? 😉

    3. No, it’s not that. I already feel like Whites are part of my family. But different from you guys, I also feel like Arabs and even Punjabis, for instance, are part of my family. Just my distant than Whites. Sort of like second cousins. I like a lot of other races, but they’re more like friends than family. Jared Taylor and I have discussed this and he agrees with me. He says he loves the Japanese, but OTOH, they are not family, they are more like friends. Friends and family are two different things.

      Gets under my skin means it starts making me feel racist against non-Whites, and I don’t like to feel that way. But I have some tendencies like that. I just prefer to keep them in check is all.

      I am definitely an ethnocentric White man, since about 3 years now. Really all my life, but for decades it was buried.

    4. “I also feel like Arabs and even Punjabis, for instance, are part of my family. Just my distant than Whites.”

      Have you ever had your DNA tested?

      I am feel some kinship with some Arabs, Punjabis, and so on because they are indeed part of the Caucasoid family of races…but I still don’t want them flooding in to White/European-based nations. Hell no — they have nations of their own.

      “Gets under my skin means it starts making me feel racist against non-Whites, and I don’t like to feel that way. But I have some tendencies like that. I just prefer to keep them in check is all.”

      I know what you mean. I used to be an anti-racist ‘progressive’ a few years ago, and thus I’ve made a rather drastic shift in the last couple of years or so.

      The thing is, the newer strains of White nationalism are not at all about frothing race-hatred and blind fury/violence against non-Whites — I personally feel no hate whatsoever toward anyone because of their race or ethnicity. I swear that I don’t hate any group or even any individual, not Blacks, Asians, Arabs, Mestizos, and not even Jews (even though I am very critical of the latter). I just want Whites/Europeans to permanently survive, and logically this is going to require the permanent geographic separation of all the world’s major racial groups. I think that, if it were done successfully and constantly tweaked as needed, a ‘racial reordering’ of various nations has the ability to eventually make the world in to a much more peaceful and stable place.

  3. From a comment I just left over on Occidental Dissent –

    HW:”[Arthur Kemp] is the same guy who wrote about Nordics bringing civilization to China, Egypt, Greece, Italy, South America, and Easter Island.”

    Check this out:

    + 1 – “YDNA Haplogroup I (the letter I, not the number 1) represents nearly one-fifth of the population of Europe. It can be found in most present-day European populations, with greatest density in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Sweden, Norway, and Sardinia. The haplogroup is almost non-existent outside of Europe, suggesting that it arose in Europe.” – – familiarize with the article

    + 2 – ‘Was Megalithic Culture Earth’s First Empire?’

    – “According to the International Society of Genetic Genealogy, “Y-DNA haplogroup I is a European haplogroup, representing nearly one-fifth of the population. It is almost non-existent outside of Europe, suggesting that it arose in Europe. Estimates of the age of haplogroup I suggest that it arose prior to the last Glacial Maximum. Probably, it was confined to the refuge in the Balkans during the last Ice Age, and then spread northward during the recolonization of northern Europe following the retreat of the glaciers.

    There are two main subgroups of haplogroup I: I-M253/I-M307/I-P30/I-P40 has highest frequency in Scandinavia, Iceland, and northwest Europe. In Britain, haplogroup I-M253 is often used as a marker for “invaders,” Viking or Anglo-Saxon. I-S31 includes I-P37.2, which is the most common form in the Balkans and Sardinia, and I-S23/I-S30/I-S32/I-S33, which reaches its highest frequency along the northwest coast of continental Europe. Within I-S23 et al, I-M223 occurs in Britain and northwest continental Europe. A subgroup of I-M223, namely I-M284, occurs almost exclusively in Britain, so it apparently originated there and has probably been present for thousands of years.”

    What this seems to suggest is that not only is a pan-European common megalithic ethnic culture not far-fetched, but even quite likely, based on the Y-DNA evidence. In fact, given the significant presence of Haplogroup I in Sardinia, which spread along the northwest coast of continental Europe – often considered the “heartland” of megalithic culture we may even be able to infer links to the Mediterranean megalithic culture.

    If this is true – and only further research will tell one way or another – the implications are manifold. For one thing, later Bronze Age migrations (not to mention predations) of the Sea Peoples (which were thought to contain a significant Sardinian and Corsican continent), demonstrated the relative ease with which a population in this portion of the Mediterranean to easily influence culture in the Aegean, Crete, Malta, the Phoenician / Lebanese Coast and even as far south as Egypt. Given this, perhaps hyperdiffusionist theory needs to be considered once again.

    This would mean that the megaliths of Malta, Brittany, southern England, the Orkney Islands, Crete, Lebanon (Baalbek) and even Nabta on the Egypt/Sudan border really are far-flung outposts of a common cultural empire.

    And if that can be established, how likely is it that other megalithic cultures – for example those in China, India and Japan – that existed at roughly the same time, and built similar structures, are completely unrelated? [Hat-tip to Mr Robert Lindsay]

    + 3 – Learn about:

    + 4 – Watch or re-watch 2001: A Space Odyssey…just for research purposes of course:

    + 5 – Alieeens!?!?!


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